Aircraft Upholstery in Kelso, WA
Creating a finely-customized interior aesthetic for your airplane or jet goes a long way towards enhancing its comfort and luxury appeal, as well as your brand recognition and prestige.
At AMA Interior Solutions, we’re the experts for custom interior upholstery in Kelso, WA, no matter your airplane model! We create one-of-a-kind interiors using only the finest materials and handcrafted, master craftsmanship. We tailor the design process to suit your needs and specifications, leaving you with results that are unparalleled and awe-inspiring.
There’s virtually no limit to our abilities for customizing aircraft upholstery in Kelso, WA, and we welcome your vision for excellence, no matter what it looks like. Our team has a deep tenure of experience when it comes to customization projects of all scopes and capacities! Some of our experience includes:
- Leather specialist
- Orthopedic seats
- Interior refurbishment
- All materials pass FAR 25-853
- Custom seat designs
- Leather/fabric/vinyl upholstery
- Sidewall/window/cockpit panels
- Interior carpet
- Expert detailing
- Custom embroidery
- Cloth-to-leather upgrades
- Interior headliners
- Handcrafted upholstery
From private jets to commercial aircraft of all sizes, AMA Interior Solutions is the premier source for fine, handcrafted interior upholstering. From the carpet to your seats, no matter if it’s leather, vinyl or fabric, trust us for a job well done and results that are truly lavish.
Get Custom Upholstery
If you’ve got a vision for a custom aircraft interior, make sure you’re consulting with our professionals today! We’re ready to provide you with advice, guidance and a breadth of capabilities designed to bring that vision to life. Get started with us today by calling 360-577-5433!
Aircraft Interior FAQs
Does AMA Interior Solutions provide burn certs for its materials?
What burn spec does my material need to meet?
Who does your burn testing?
Carpet Kit Questions
I want to replace the carpet in my aircraft. Can you do that for me?
Do you have ‘off the shelf’ carpet kits I can purchase?
What about the thread that goes around the edge of the carpet pieces?
What is the best way to maintain leather seat covers?
How do I clean my wool carpet?
The most important factor is to try to treat the stain quickly. First, blot the stain with a clean absorbent towel or cloth. Dabbing the cloth first with club soda will help dilute the stain and assist in transferring it to the cleaning cloth. Never rub the stain vigorously, as this can damage the pile and set the stain with frictional heat, and never use warm water or soda, as this can set the stain. Continue blotting with a clean towel and club soda until as much of the stain as possible has been removed. Always work from the edges of the stain inward to confine the discoloration to the initial area. Depending on the type of stain, select the proper cleaning agent to finish removing the stain. For acid-based stains, use a solution of one-part ammonia diluted in five parts water to continue blotting the stain. For protein-based stains (urine, blood, vomit, etc.), after removing all solids and blotting with club soda, blot with a 2:1 solution of water and white vinegar.
Chewing gum can be removed first by applying ice to the gum until it freezes, then breaking the gum apart before it thaws. Certain stains that are petroleum-based will require the application of a solvent to remove the stain. Others will require a mild detergent solution to be blotted on the stain and then rinsed with cold water or club soda.
What is the advantage of wool pile carpets versus synthetic carpets?
Wool is associated with luxury, and wool carpet pile general has a nicer “hand” than most nylon aircraft carpets. Wool is inherently flame-resistant and generates less smoke when burned. Wool carpets are the choice for any aircraft with a GTOW of 12,500 lbs or more because they can be treated to meet the vertical burn requirements of 14CFR 25.853(a). Nylon fiber has a higher tensile strength than wool fiber and can be engineered to be more stain-resistant. They tend to shed loose fibers less than wool carpets, particularly loop pile nylon carpets. Our nylon carpets will conform only to the horizontal burn requirements of 14CFR 23.853(a).
Wool carpets are more expensive, generally speaking. AMA Interior Solutions does have a line of wool carpets that offer a very approachable price point for the more discriminating owner of a small personal aircraft. Call us to learn more!
How do you sell sheepskin? Is it by the square yard?
What is the difference between vinyl-coated fabrics like Patriot Plus and polyurethane- coated faux leather like IZIT Leather?
What is the difference between IZIT Leather and natural leather?
IZIT (pronounced “is it”) Leather is a synthetic leather whose construction is a polyurethane surface coated onto a fabric base cloth. IZIT is produced in rolls that are 54’–57” wide, depending on the product. Leather obviously comes from cows and is produced in whole hides. Each hide is a unique shape and size, with hides averaging between 50 and 60 square feet, depending on the source of the cattle. This results in IZIT having a higher yield than leather. There can be a fairly wide variation in the thickness of any hide, but the typical range is between 0.8 and 1.2 mm. IZIT Leather has a consistent thickness of 0.8 mm. The weight difference is measurable; leather weighs in the range of 24 to 28 ounces per square yard, while IZIT Leather’s weight ranges (depending on the specific version) from 10.8 oz/sy to 13.4 oz/sy. IZIT is an ideal product for the headliner, sidewall and window panels, and seating. It has excellent stretch characteristics for these applications.
Natural leather is most often used in seating, and users prefer its character, feel and fragrance. IZIT Leather is very easy to maintain and can be cleaned with nearly any household cleaner. Greater care must be taken with leather when cleaning and conditioning the product.
Lastly, leather can vary greatly in price per square foot, depending on the source, grain, finish, treatments, and other factors. IZIT Leather is priced per square foot at a point that is equivalent to the least expensive aircraft leathers on the market today.